Perfect Commerce Expands its Global Footprint with Addition of New Operations and Data Centers

  Perfect Commerce Expands its Global Footprint with Addition of New
  Operations and Data Centers

 Leading Expert in Global eProcurement Bolsters Operations in Europe and Asia

Business Wire

NEWPORT NEWS, Va. -- July 30, 2013

Perfect Commerce (, the world’s largest independent provider
of procurement, sourcing, and supplier network software and services to the
enterprise and public market sectors, today announced the expansion of their
technology and customer support operations with the addition of four new data
centers and three new operation centers. The new data centers are located in
Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and North America, and the new
operation centers are located in Australia, New Zealand and India.

The new data and operation centers underscore Perfect Commerce’s continuing
growth, expanding global footprint and increased capacity to service customers
worldwide. With the broadest global reach of any independent provider, Perfect
Commerce is utilized by more than 1.3 million users in 100 countries, a dozen
languages, and 40 currencies. The company also owns and operates the world’s
single largest independent supplier network, with over 500,000 suppliers.

“In the first half of this year, we brought on over 30 new customers and
increased our user count in Europe and Asia-Pacific by over 50%,” said Hampton
Wall, president and chief executive officer (CEO), Perfect Commerce. “The
additions of the new data and operation centers come as a direct result of
this growth and are necessary to support our ability to provide the high
levels of service and customer care that Perfect is known for.”

Expert delivery of global eProcurement is nothing new to Perfect Commerce. For
more than a decade, Perfect Commerce has been the leading expert in SaaS by
continuing to deliver a tested, reliable, and stable end-to-end platform. The
company supports its platforms with the highest-quality service in the
industry and as a result, its customers experience 99.99% uptime.

“The new technology and operation centers position us to continue meeting the
needs of the markets as the demand for global eProcurement continues to grow,”
said Martial Gerardin, Managing Director for Perfect Commerce in Europe. “Our
increased presence is a significant addition to the global eProcurement
ecosystem, and will further strengthen our abilities to deliver on the promise
of SaaS procurement solutions.”

Many major corporations have switched to SaaS for key business processes,
replacing outdated user  interfaces and unwieldy footprints of on-premise or
traditional enterprise software. In the past, companies have worried about
having their data “floating around in the Internet cloud”. Fortunately,
Perfect Commerce, is committed to implementing and maintaining the most
stringent security standards and measures. With multiple, globally located
data centers Perfect Commerce customers can experience the many benefits of
SaaS and feel confident that their data is secure no matter where in the world
their operations reside.

For more information on Perfect Commerce, please visit the company website at

About Perfect Commerce

Perfect Commerce, headquartered in Newport News, Va., offers world-class
sourcing and procurement solutions to the enterprise and public market
sectors. The company provides a full suite of proven procurement software and
services to optimize transaction efficiency between buyers and sellers.
Combining their global procurement offering with a highly personalized
approach and a company-wide commitment to helping customers achieve optimal
savings and performance, Perfect Commerce enjoys the highest customer renewal
rate in the industry. A preferred partner to the Global 1000, Perfect Commerce
global customers and partners include market leaders such as BNP Paribas,
Johnson Controls, Inc., YRC Worldwide, Honeywell, Inc., ITT, and FNAC.


Perfect Commerce
Lisa Rosenbaum
Marketing Manager
T: 757-283-9800
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